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06/13/07 - Revere Beach, more beach, abandoned amusement park, Seabook Nuclear Power Plants

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id: 21093
A bird
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We went to Laser Quest, but it was closed
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If you look closely you can see the scary dogs in the next car
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A bunch of ants in our hallway!!
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Revere Beach!
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Long exposure, the waves turn into a blur
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The street
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Some cars driving by
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Rob's girlfriend Kate sits on the wall
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Flash and long exposure!
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More flash and long exposure
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Kate and Rob sit on the wall
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James joins the picture
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Lights in the distance. I like the texture on the wall
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A plane taking off from Logan
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James sits near his car
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A lighthouse in the distance
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Some abandoned ride parts
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James wanders away to take some pictures
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See? He's taking pictures
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A helicopter thing
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Another helicopter thing
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I guess there used to be an arcade here. Note the tiger on the roof
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Ticket, please
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I like cracked parking lots with grass growing through
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Some field
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Weird arch thing..
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Weird faces too!
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A boat thing
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A rusty handle
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Up close to the rotting wood
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Lots of tires from the Go-Kart track
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Gun thing
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James mans the battle stations
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A really messed up trailer
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Flying awaaay
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James checks out the ocean
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James with an ocean background
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James fixes his hat
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The ocean was pretty rough
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Bird and ocean
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Not a good day for the beach.. for normal people
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White water!
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A wave breaks
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A wave as it breaks
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The pier with a bird
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There were two guys surfing!
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The beachfront stores
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Joe's Playland was a discontinuous store.. there were several of them right near each other
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Support thing at the amusement park
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James takes a picture
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At least some skaters are getting some use of of this place
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Discarded astroturf
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Not anymore
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James checks out a shed
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A cat!
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A bumper car
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James gets in
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Vroom vroom!
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The empty lot
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James takes a picture of a bumper car
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White bumper car!
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James takes some more pictures
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Probably not
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Lots of paint!
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Looks like the bumper car area is being used as a construction staging area
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Ferris wheel lights
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A light
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A rusty old table
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The sign!
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James sits next to the sign
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A discarded sink
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Nice car, crappy wheel!
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More waves
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The beach!
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Some kind of tower thing in the distance
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This is madness!!
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DDR + Pump It Up = Technomotion
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All 9 spaces!
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A seagull
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Could it be Jonathon Livingston?
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A giant cow?
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We found the Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant
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I snapped this from the car, across the marsh
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James runs to the water
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James chilling out near the ocean
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James coming back
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He's almost twice as tall as that line!
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Bummer!! We were about 50 seconds too late on the parking meter
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The nuclear power plant!
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We waited for about ten minutes... just in case
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The sketchy checkpoint
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This sign was on the actual main road to the powerplant
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There was a paper tube full of those little ash snakes..
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I didn't realize there were 7 in there so I lit them all at once. Good times. Gross smoke
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A typical algorithm for solving the Rubik's cube in less than 30 seconds. The green boxes represent how I "chunk" the algorithm
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Red is first two layers, purple is orient last layer, and green is permute last layer. I've got a lot of work ahead of me...
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